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Lexus CT 200h 2014 Review

Lexus has unveiled the 2014 CT 200h facelift, now more dynamic and with sophisticated exterior design, at the 2013 Guangzhou Motow Show in China.

The full hybrid luxury hatchback has undergone a raft of changes that improve its styling and quality inside and out, raise comfort levels and deliver greater refinement. Equipment specifications have been raised and the F Sport model has been given a stronger individual identity within the range.

Lexus’s signature spindle grille provides a strong focus for the CT 200h’s refreshed styling. At the rear the new-look bumper has stronger horizontal lines and incorporates distinctive L-shaped reflectors and a black lower centre section. Fresh new sets of 16- and 17-inch alloys are available with a ten-spoke design, along with a new shark fin-style roof antenna. A revised range of paint colours will be available, all benefiting from a scratch-resistant, self-restoring top coat.

Interior changes have been made to deliver greater comfort, higher equipment levels and better all-round quality. Lexus has installed a new steering wheel, a thinner 4.2-inch TFT instrument panel screen and a second-gen Remote Touch Interface offering a more user-friendly experience. To round off the changes to the interior, a revised range of leather and cloth seat upholstery has been created.

The 2014 Lexus CT 200h packs the same 1.8-liter gasoline engine working together with an electric motor to provide a combined output of 134 bhp (100 kW). The CT 200h has one of the best EPA-estimated fuel economy ratings in its segment with a combined rating of 42 mpg, 43 mpg city and 40 mpg highway.

Lexus CT 200h 2014


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